THANK YOU…. From Recovery Haven Kerry
On behalf of everyone at Recovery Haven Kerry, we would just like to say the biggest, heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who made this past weekend’s Déjà Vu Tralee the most unforgettable weekend ever
We would like to thank the organisers, Beaty Crawford, Alan Tyndall and their extraordinary team at Déjà Vu for the most amazing opportunity to be part of something so special. Add to that, the overwhelming support, love and enthusiasm from Sean Moriarty and all at Kerry Motor Club – we are indebted to you all.
To those who took part and travelled far and wide to be here, we cannot thank you enough. We met the most amazing people, whose support, kind words, friendship and encouragement meant the absolute world to us. So many people had their own stories of how cancer has touched their lives, and their kind words about the work that Recovery Haven does was both heart-warming and humbling
To Paul Nagle for offering up his cherished helmet for our auction, making a staggering €25,000 for ourselves and Fossa GAA – we are stuck for words to appropriately thank you. And to all the others who dug so deep to support Saturday night’s auction – your support is truly invaluable, and we are hugely grateful.
To those who supported our bucket collections, information desk and refreshment stall – your generosity knows no bounds, and we are beyond grateful to every single person who helped supported us along the way,
To the staff and management at The Rose Hotel, thank you for your ongoing support. It means the world to us.
And finally, to our own staff and volunteers, who worked tirelessly throughout the weekend and represented Recovery Haven Kerry so admirably, as you always do – thank you sincerely. You never let us down, and we could not do what we do without you.
Déjà vu Tralee will go down as one of the most exciting, fun and memorable weekends we have ever experienced and we are truly humbled that organisers thought so highly of us to make us their sole beneficiary. We are honoured and overwhelmed and will cherish the memories forever.
Thank you, thank you, thank you
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